Quieroz talking about the chip at the weekend:
"When he does something like that, we immediately know we have a different player for the next game.
"It didn't really surprise me - because when the opportunity arises in training, Wayne always tries to do special things like that.
"Good players have enormous confidence. They find unique ways to score. After the game, I joked with him that it was a fantastic cross - but as soon as he controlled the ball, I felt he was ready to do something special.
"When I watched it again on TV and saw the position David James was in, I realised just how hard it was to control the ball and get it down.
"When they don't score they can become disturbed and lose confidence. It is almost as if the fewer goals they score, the less likely they are to score again. But I never saw anything that concerned me about Wayne's progression or the way he was working and playing. What happened to him in the first stage of the season was natural, given he had gone so long without playing.
"But I never saw anything that concerned me about Wayne's progression or the way he was working and playing. What happened to him in the first stage of the season was natural, given he had gone so long without playing. As each week went by, we could tell he was getting nearer to the very high levels we know he is capable of."
"It is funny. With players of Wayne's calibre, no matter how well he is playing, when he is not scoring people start hammering him and taking his game to pieces. The one thing you know you will get from Wayne is a good workrate and a good team ethic. That runs through the club."